This engaging article was written by Ellsworth Huntington (1876-1947), professor of geography at Yale University. It appeared in the Geographical Journal vol XX (London, 1902) pp. 175-200 with a map and nine illustrations. Huntington was accompanied by Armenian guides on boats made of inflated animal skins, the same type that Herodotus described Armenians using in Book I.194 of his History in the 5th century B.C. Huntington comments on Armenian villages and life in the first few years of the... Topics: Travel, Explorers, Adventure, Geography, Asia Minor, Historical, Western, Armenia, Armenian,...
byCarl Peter Birkinbine; WIlliam W. Brush; Andrew J. Provost, Jr.; Francis F. Longley; Carl P. Birkinbine; Sidney K. Clapp; Frederick J. Rehn; John C. Trautwine, Jr.; Nicholas S. Hill, Jr.; Ellsworth Huntington
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